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Study Reveals Why Poachers Kill Wildlife - And It Is Not Always Poverty
Scientists discover that poverty is not the lone leading factor in triggering IWT-related crimes.
Why People Management Is Important In Wildlife Conservation: An Expert Opinion
India's national parks are of immense importance to the world. The maintenance of the sanctity of these vital habitats is no easy feat and demands the participation of multiple parties and massive funding.
Bats Could Indeed Be The Source Of The Wuhan Coronavirus - Scientists Say
In a study published in Nature, researchers found that the new coronavirus (2019-nCoV) is 96% identical at the whole-genome level to a coronavirus obtained from bats.
Wuhan Coronavirus Myths Busted: Know Them To Stay Safe
China’s death toll from the new coronavirus infection soared above 360 on Monday to surpass that resulting from the SARS outbreak in 2003.
The Primate With The 'Funkiest Hair In The Animal Kingdom' Struggles To Survive In Colombia
Despite the innumerable challenges to its conservation, Proyecto Tití, a conservation organization based in Colombia, and founded by Dr. Anne Savage, is determined to protect the cotton-top tamarin, a critically endangered primate.
African Cheetahs Can Now Be Brought To India, Rules India's Apex Court
After years of debates and controversies, the Supreme Court of India has allowed the introduction of African cheetahs in India.
Dr. Gretchen C. Daily And Pavan Sukhdev Win The Tyler Prize For Environmental Achievement 2020
Often described as the ‘Nobel Prize for the Environment,' the 2020 Tyler Prize goes to conservation biologist Gretchen C. Daily and environmental economist Pavan Sukhdev.
Kenya Prepares To Count Endangered Grevy's Zebras At "Great Grevy's Rally 2020"
The third edition of the Great Grevy's Rally (GGR), a national census of the endangered Grevy’s zebra, will be held from January 25 to 26, 2020.
Unakoti, India's "Hill Face Wonder" Demands Immediate Protection
Unakoti's rock and stone sculptures hold universal value that needs to be protected and preserved for the coming generations.
An Island That Produces Jaguars That Go Sea-fishing
A remote Brazilian island three miles off the northern state of Amapá serves as a nursery of jaguars, one of the largest predators in South America.
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